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Number 8 Community Art Centre

Exhibition: Tessa Dickson - 'Colour, Texture, Stitch'

Thursday 4th January - Wednesday 14th February

Tessa Dickson Textile Art

Tessa Dickson creates original textile wall hangings and smaller items from scraps of fabric, thread and lace - much of it recycled, hand-painted, printed or dyed. Using a mix of collage, embroidery, applique and patchwork, Tessa makes unique pieces inspired by a love of colour, texture and the natural world.

Exhibition on Screen: Painting the Modern Garden - Monet to Matisse

Tuesday 27th February 7pm

Step into the gardens of some of the world's best loved artists including Monet, Van Gogh and Matisse in this dazzling Exhibition on Screen, directed by David Bickerstaff.

Sip & Sketch

Thursday 14th December 1 pm - 4 pm

Thursday 18th January 1 pm - 4 pm

Thursday 8th February 1 pm - 4 pm

Come along to these informal afternoons and sketch a ‘still life’ whilst socialising and enjoying a cuppa. Drop in anytime between 1 - 4pm to sip and sketch! Admission free.

Three Little Pigs Creative Workshops

We host a variety of interesting and creative workshops. If you have ever fancied the idea of learning a new skill in a fun, informal environment or simply want to treat yourself or a friend to an enjoyable day out, come along and join us. We regularly add new workshops so be sure to keep an eye on us!

Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum

Dame Laura Knight - I Paint Today

Saturday 13th January - Sunday 30th June

One of the most significant and prolific painters of the 20th century, Dame Laura Knight's art is as loved today as it was at the height of her fame. Worcestershire played an important part in her life and work, the dramatic landscape of the Malvern Hills a subject of her paintings. Knight and her husband, Harold, spent long periods of time in Malvern from 1933 onwards. As well as spectacular landscapes of Worcestershire, Yorkshire and Cornwall, she painted members of local Romani communities, alongside ballet, theatre and circus performances.

Bevere Vivis Art Gallery and Café

Open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm

Bevere Vivus Art Gallery and Café

Graduate Show

13th January - 24th February

Studios at Bevere

Five artists studios on site, open to visitors to meet with the artists and purchase original art: Jane Arthur, Susan Birth, Karen Dewson, Dan Holden, Jennifer Ng

The Royal Academy, Burlington Gardens, London

Impressionists on Paper: Degas to Toulouse-Lautrec

25th November 2023 - 10th March 2024

Degas, Cézanne, Morisot, Van Gogh. In late 19thcentury France, Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists radically transformed the future of art, not just through their paintings, but works on paper – drawings, pastels, watercolours, temperas, gouaches – from something preparatory that you left in a studio, to artworks in their own right. This exhibition, brings together 77 works on paper by leading Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists whose innovation would challenge traditional attitudes and ultimately pave the way for later movements like Abstract Expressionism.